Near the end of this lesson (when we are practicing “wnaeth e”), one of the sentences is “He saw how you want to do it.” I think I am hearing “Wnaeth e weld sut i ti moyn ei wneud e” for the answer. I was expecting “ti’n” instead of “ti”. Am I hearing wrong or am I not understanding something?
Do we say “sut i” like we say “barod i?” For example, we say “Mae fe’n gwybod sut i weithio” for “He knows how to work”. That makes sense to me because it is “how to work”. But it’s not “how to” in the sentence in my question above. I can learn it parrot fashion, but I’d rather understand what’s going on…
(On an unrelated side note, I was just listening to Radio Cymru while eating lunch (tea-time in Wales, I think!). I could pick out just enough words to know it sounded interesting, but of course I’m nowhere near being able to follow the story. Something about children, learning, thinking, and school. Simultaneously frustrating and motivating! )
Diolch for any help!